3. Kenny Stills
The Saints looked to have found a diamond in the rough in the fifth round of the 2013 draft when they selected Kenny Stills out of Oklahoma. Right away the Sooner made a positive impact in the offense, tallying 641 yards, five touchdowns, and averaging a whopping 20.0 yards per catch.
He followed that up with an even more impressive campaign, totaling 931 yards and finding the end zone three times. Clearly, Stills was a strong weapon for New Orleans’ offense but they decided to trade him in the 2015 offseason.
For the next four years, Stills put up respectable numbers in Miami and then found his way to Houston where he played for the Texans for two years. Stills and the Saints actually reunited this past season but the former fifth-rounder didn’t look anything close to his former self, notching just 68 yards and a touchdown.
It’s probably a safe bet that Stills won’t be playing for another NFL team considering how lackluster his return to New Orleans was last season.